Grote Adds Mossy Oak® Camo Light to BriteZone Line
If you are a hunter, fisherman, or simply like to spend time outdoors, Grote has the light for you. Premiering at Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week in Las Vegas, is Grote’s Camouflage Go Anywhere LED Work Light (BZ511-5). The light mirrors the existing BZ501-5, with an authentic Mossy Oak® Camouflage finish.
“We are excited to expand the product range of our BriteZone™ LED Work Lamps in order to add more options for consumers who need greater flexibility in both mounting and usage,” said Grote Business Development Manager Joe Weingardt. “This extension will help meet the needs of more individualized applications in our industry.”
Two mountable lights are also premiering in Vegas as additions to the BriteZone family, including the Small Round Work Light (BZ111-5), as well as the Rectangular LED Work Light (BZ551-5). Both can be installed and used in a variety of applications, such as industrial, recreational, and home.
“Since we launched BriteZone™ we have been grateful to receive high praises for our work lamps’ go anywhere, flexible designs,” said Weingardt. “We are now offering more choices for our customers and end-users, including taking the lamp from our most popular, battery-powered handheld lamp and offering it as a stand-alone light, the BZ551-5.”
Grote’s new BriteZone™ lights range from 1100 to 1600 lumens, making them an ideal, price conscious solution for a wide variety of lighting needs. Product will be available for shipping on March 1.
Grote Industries is proud to introduce two new additions to the forward lighting family; the LED Heated Snow Plow Lamps and the LED Combination Head Lamps. Whether you are on-highway or off-road, these lamps deliver visibility, dependability, and performance in a wide variety of roles.
While some businesses have been forced to close during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Jefferson County Youth Shelter in Madison, Indiana has faced the opposite challenge. Due to their critical work providing round-the-clock housing and care for at-risk children and teenagers, they have not shut down or reduced capacity throughout the crisis.